Market Showcase: Studio 100 Media GmbH

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Company name: Studio 100 Media GmbH

MIPTV Stand Number: R7.C1 Hall: Riviera 7

Names and titles of executives attending MIPTV 2015:

Hans Bourlon
Managing Director

Patrick Elmendorff
CEO

Martin Krieger
Head of Global Distribution

Tanja Aichberger Schätzle
Senior Sales Executive

Dorian Bühr
Sales Executive

Katharina Muck
Head of Marketing & Communications

Patrick Elmendorff

Patrick Elmendorff – CEO, Studio 100 Media GmbH

Company statement

Studio 100 Media is an international production and distribution company within the children’s and family entertainment sector. Based in Munich, Germany, the company is a 100 percent subsidiary of Belgian firm Studio 100. The Company develops and acquires new content, engages in co-production and co-financing activities and is also responsible for the international distribution of its own and third party rights. With a new film division under the banner Studio 100 Film, a one hundred percent subsidiary of Studio 100 Media, the company has stepped into worldwide cinematic film sales.

Studio 100 Media’s business model is the perfect vertical and horizontal integration of its IP’s. In marketing its license rights the Company pursues a global strategy within sectors ranging from Licensing and Merchandising, TV Sales, Home Entertainment, Games and Interactive right through to Theatrical Movies, Stage Shows and Theme Parks.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

Blinky

Blinky

Title: BLINKY
Duration: 52 x 11 minutes
Target Audience: 5 to 7 year olds
Genre: CGI
Description: Without Blinky, who is a bundle of energy, the town of Green Patch would be a quiet refuge from the dangerous outback. With this kid koala, everyday life has a way of spiraling into a chain of escapades.

Written and illustrated by Dorothy Wall’s 1930′s book series, Blinky Bill is considered an essential Australian children’s classic. With the first film and TV series produced in the 1990′s, the new contemporary CGI series Blinky is an all-new adventure comedy that redefines the Blinky Bill story in an exciting and unpredictable way. Themes of friendship, adventure and discovery are all wrapped up in a high energy and sharp-witted comedy series.

Nils Holgersson

Nils Holgersson

Title: NILS HOLGERSSON
Production Partners: Studio 100 Animation SAS
Created By: Jan Van Rijsselberge & Cyril Tysz (based on the novel by Selma Lagerlöf)
Duration: 52 x 13 minutes
Target Audience: Kids
Genre: CGI with 2D elements
Description: Reckless and daring Nils is quite a rebel against authority. One day a mischievous elf changes Nils into a miniature human with the skill to speak with animals. With his faithful friend Martin the gander Nils embarks on the most extraordinary journey among the wild geese…

Based on Swedish author Selma Lagerlöf’s novel, “Nils Holgersson’s wonderful journey across Sweden“, the original Nils Holgersson story was a great TV success when it first aired on NHK in 1980. The new CGI series Nils Holgersson mixes all the elements that children love – action, adventure, fantasy, fun and mystery. Its adventures will ensure that globally kids will love the playful and headstrong boy.

K3

K3

Title: K3
Production Partners: Studio 100 Animation SAS
Created By: Alan Gilbey
Duration: 52 x 13 minutes
Target Audience: 6 to 8-year-olds
Genre: 2-D Animation
Description: Friends forever wherever whatever, Kim, Kylie and Kate are three ordinary girls in an extraordinary world; teen pop singers on an amazing global tour of unexpected diversions which lead to fun packed stories. Sweet and cheeky, bright and breezy, K3 always triumph with a positive attitude and a catchy song.

Based on the huge popularity of the girl band K3 in the Benelux, the new K3 animation combines friendship and music with teen pop, which is a strong attraction for girls. The format follows the teen pop trio on a stunning global tour full of fun-packed adventures, mysteries and excitement.

Heidi

Heidi

Title: HEIDI
Production Partners: Studio 100 Animation SAS and Flying Bark Productions, ZDF
Created By: Jan van Rijsselberge, Christel Gonnard
Duration: 39 x 22 minutes
Target Audience: 5 to 8-year-olds
Genre: CGI Animation
Description: 8-year-old orphan Heidi lives with her grandfather in the scenic idyll of the Swiss Alps. Being a true ray of sunshine she wins the hearts of everyone around her. Together with her best friends Peter and Clara, Heidi learns to embrace and appreciate the wonders of life in nature.

Written by Swiss author Johanna Spyri in 1880, the popular children’s book “Heidi’s Years of Wandering and Learning” was adapted into a 52 part series by Japanese animation studio Zuiyo Enterprises in 1974. The original anime-series premiered in 1977 on ZDF and has since enjoyed continuous TV presence in more than 46 countries.